Entering karwar one can first get the glimpse of the sea and the fishing boats lined up to be taken into the sea for their daily routine. Taking a deviation to the right one can visit the karwar city. Karwar being one of the major ports like it’s southern counterpart Mangalore houses the Indian Naval Base which by the way is strictly prohibited. Heading straight on NH 66 we entered our major checkpoint The Sadashivgad bridge built on the massive Kali River. The bridge offers a spectacular view of the backwaters and the shore of the river is accessible at the farther end of the bridge. Standing there, when the morning sun shines on the pristine waters of kali,which shimmers on its way like a cluster of diamonds waiting to meet the sea. Spectacular is a lesser word.The Road after the bridge is carved cutting through a big boulder of rock,which makes it look beautiful and well engineered structure.
Come morning and I was up at 5.30 am (thanks to the front office staff for the wake up call). Up before sunrise, after a long time, it was a great feeling. Went walking with the resort manager, and as I took to the right of the resort, I saw this huge road up ahead. And, on its left was the Sadashivgad Fort and its remains. As we walked further, I was left speechless, oh man! I had never seen anything as beautiful as a morning spent just standing on that bridge. Water all around. It was truly magical. The sun was set to rise. And I, couldn't have asked for more.